SIT’s comprehensive range of healthcare degree programmes is designed to train a new generation of changemakers who deliver professionalism and deep empathy.
Associate Professor Wee Seng Kwee and fellow researchers are on a mission to help patients with severe spinal cord injury regain functional mobility.
The comprehensive study, which assesses the quality of stroke survivors’ physical activity, offers insights into how factors such as fatigue, sleep and social interaction can impact the quality of life and care for these patients.
The dynamic Dr. Sheena Ramazanu, 33, is a trailblazer in today’s global healthcare landscape.
The Singapore Institute of Technology (SIT) is launching new programmes in Health Sciences and Engineering in Academic Year 2024 (AY2024).
Since their secondary school years, Shanice Lim Wei En, 23 and Lee Xuan Ying, 25, have had a profound fascination with nutrition and its influence on individual well-being.
To Physiotherapy students Mohit Murli Khemlani and Liang Liwen, volunteer work is the key to shaping the next generation of physiotherapists into empathetic healthcare professionals with heart.
Physiotherapy graduates Joyce Foo (left) and Valora Wong are both advocates of lifelong learning and champions of mid-career switches. They are ready to pursue their passions and make a difference in patients' lives.
New initiatives launched to enable all SIT alumni to read a CET module for free once every five years; simplified admissions process for alumni to read suitable postgraduate degrees
Co-designed with stroke survivors, MOTIVATE is a multisector collaborative initiative for stroke recovery led by the Singapore Institute of Technology